European Food Resources

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor

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Food Outlook for Fourth Winter of War

Gradual Decline in European Food Production

At the beginning of the fourth winter of the Second World War food supplies in Europe appear to be sufficient for the maintenance of current rations. Although ration allotments do not allow normal prewar consumption of food even for the Nazi conquerors, they are adequate in many nations to prevent serious distress. Great Britain has increased domestic production of foodstuffs, and is further aided ...

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